Everything I loved from the previous two books carries over to this one, yet we start to get glimpses that Rebecca is beginning to grow up, just a little bit. I love that this series isn't just fluff; there are real family dynamics and important topics discussed, yet cleverly so. It's still funny and the artwork is still impeccable. I completely recommend this series to everyone. This entry gives us the wonderful characters of Rebecca's Grandparents and their hometown, which were presented with a tremendous amount of love and care. Here's a little sample of the inside:And here are my reviews of the first two books: My Best Friend is a Germ and Sam the Repulsive, and then the final book, The Land of the Walking Stones.